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of a microcosm of the passion of the opposition that president obama, vice president biden, joe manchin, pat toomey, are facing? >> reporter: this is a phenomenon you've been seeing across many examples, this convention being one of them. you also saw gun sales spike at many local stores. i was at a gun shop in new hampshire just a few days ago as the senator up there was holding a town hall. they said their sales spiked immensely. the nra says they have also been adding membership, up past four million now, and the attendees here could set a record. >> tell me what you've been hearing from nra officials since you've arrived and what their expectation is for this weekend. is basically the purpose sort of a rallying cry? >> reporter: absolutely. as you saw, the former president said they view this as a war and while they may have won the lobbying battle in congress with this background check vote going down, they see this as a way to get their membership very engaged, fired up. the political speakers that are going to be here later in the day are people that will have some fiery rhetoric. sar
that resonates in some way with each and every one of us. we were first introduced to 1972. biden back in i wasn't. when he defeated a popular incumbent to become one of the youngest members ever elected to the united states senate at the age of 29 years old. big six weeks after his win, before he had a chance to even be sworn in, he suffered a devastating loss with his wife , andaughter were killed his two boys injured in a car accident. how he could go one was uncertain. he knew that somehow he had to. that he truly understood what his dad meant when he said the art of living is simply getting up after you have been knocked down. , courage,he strength and faith to get up. he stayed at his boy's bedside until they had fully recovered, and was actually sworn into united states senate right there in their hospital room. he got up, and he found love again. -- are, he married distinguished second lady. they were blessed with a beautiful daughter. athough washington was backdrop to his new career, his family was always center stage. he vowed be home every evening with his family and took more than 1
the favorite for 2016 with 65% of the party's support. joe biden is a very distant second. no one else even cracks 5%. is this a done deal or could there be some dark horse candidate out there we're not paying attention to? >> obviously, we're still years away from the 2016 presidential campaign, but one thing is evident and that's the former secretary of state has unparalleled support. 65% in the latest poll. what's interesting though if she were to run, joe biden skyrockets to the top of the poll and would garner 45% of the democratic support. so this far out, it looks like it's between hillary clinton and vice president joe biden. >> we know biden is hoping for. clinton has been pretty coy about whether or not she'll even run. what signs has she given us either way? >> she's hitting the speaking circuit. she's made several high profile speeches. she's just inked a book deal. i think in the coming months really and also years she's going to be continuing to weigh in on issues of the day. we saw this with the same-sex marriage announcement with her endorsement of same-sex marriage. so as w
, headline party dinners in the first in the south primary state of south carolina. vice president biden will speak at the south carolina democratic jefferson jackson dinner in columbia. just two miles down the road, texas senator ted cruz will deliver the keynote address. at the silver elephant dinner and annual party fund-raiser, it is a gathering of key republican activists which this year honors former south carolina senator jim diminte. biden joked at a an event with senator john mccain last week that he is really in south carolina for senator lindsey graham who has his own politics to worry about. >> my buddy lindsey who i told him i'll come to south carolina and campaign for him or against him, whichever will help the most. i know which it will be. i know that. i know. again, not going down there to do it next weekend, lindsey. i assure you, i will rip your skin off for you and i expect a thank you note. >> biden will also attend congressman jim clyborn world's famous fish fry. a launching pad in the state for a lot of past presidential wannabies, president barack obama. >>> also
's been moved to salon b and if joe biden asks, there are no extra tickets for that either. quick announcement before we really get going, before we continue. if any of you are live tweeting this event, please use hash tag, incapable of living in the moment. yeah. also to any u.s. senators here tonight, if you'd like to switch your dessert or your position on gay marriage, please, signal a waiter. by the way, speaking of dinner. tonight's entrees -- there's a gavel here and i don't know why. here's a fun fact about tonight's food. everything you ate this evening was personally thought by wain lapierre. don't worry, it was during a home invasion, though. the fish came in through the window. it wasn't peppercorn, that was buck shot. you may not know this but wayne lapierre is the executive vice president of the nra. which begs the question, how crazy do you have to be to be the actual president of the nra? he's not even at the top. also, i'd like to acknowledge that earlier this evening there was some confusion with the seating charts. for a moment, someone accidentally sat governor
's plan may have put it on the verge of. like pushing them to build cars and vice-president joe biden's state of delaware and john said this is why dc should get out of green us businesses and all businesses. >> without question. if the federal burrcrats hay clue they would be making billion necessary the private sector and venture capitolist say they are wrong. and the notion that federal burrcrats with no profit plin can do better it i laughable. its time to exit and give it back to the private sector. >> rick, the government pushed the car company while it losing $550,000 for every car they sold. >> there was no way can successfully defend the investment in fiscer. it was a loser. this is what i worry about. we have to be careful not to cast the net too wide. we know people who are alive today because of direct government investment in pharmesutical and electronics changed the world. don't throw out the baby with the bath water. i know you don't like green investment, but don't throw out. >> i like green investments in the private sector that work. i don't like the bad ones that go
joe biden literally. hi, i'm joe biden. >> the hardest part, trying to understand his motivations. why did he pursue healthcare first? what mixes him tick? why doesn't he get mad? if i were him i would be mad all the time. but i'm not. i'm daniel day-lewis. [ applause ] >> a remarkable transformation. do i really sound like that, though, honey? wow. grouchomarx once said and that is groucho, senator cruz, not karl, the other guy, groucho marx once told an audience before i speak i have something important to say. along the same lines i want to close on a more serious note. obviously no storage of news to cover over the past few weeks and these have been hard days for too many of our citizens. even as we gather here tonight our thoughts are not far from the people of boston and the people of west, texas. there are families in the midwest who are coping with some terrible floods. so we have had some difficult days. but even when the days seemed darkest we have seen humanity shine at its brightest. we have seen first responders and national guardsmen who dashed into danger. law enforcemen
daniel to play >> i never could've played joe biden. [laughter] >> trying to understand his motivation. what makes him tick? >> i would be mad all the time, but i am not. [laughter] >> remarkable transformation. do i really sound like that? groucho marx once said, senator cruz, that is groucho marx, not karl. the other guy. he once told an audience, before i speak, i something important to say. along those same lines, i want to close on a more serious note. there has been no shortage of news to cover over the past few weeks. the suspense and very hard days for many of our citizens. even as we gather here tonight, our thoughts are not far from the people of boston and the people of west, texas and the families in the midwest coping with some terrible floods. we have had some difficult days. but even when the days seemed darkest, we have seen humanity shine at its brightest. we have seen first responders and national guardsmen who dashed into danger. law-enforcement officers who lived their oath, to serve and protect. and everyday americans opening their homes and their hearts to perfect
have played joe biden. literally. i am joe biden. >> the hardest part, trying to understand his motivations. what makes them tick? why doesn't he get mad? if i was him, i get mad all the time. but i am not. i am daniel day-lewis. [laughter] [applause] >> remarkable transformation. do i really sound like that? groucho marx once said -- senator cruz, that is groucho marx, not karl. the other guy. he once told an audience, before i speak, i something important to say. along those same lines, i want to close on a more serious note. there has been no shortage of news to cover over the past few weeks. the suspense and very hard days -- these have been some very hard daysfor many of our citizens. even as we gather here tonight, our thoughts are not far from the people of boston and the people of west, texas and the families in the midwest coping with some terrible floods. we have had some difficult days. but even when the days seemed darkest, we have seen humanity shine at its brightest. we have seen first responders and national guardsmen who dashed into danger. law-enforcement office
, nia. is biden has announced a renewed push to take this on the road. and he's been the sort of flag-bearer for gun safety legislation. he says he's going to new hampshire, not coincidentally an early primary state. we're not going to get into all that he's going to keep the message alive, as only joe biden can. the other thing what's happening on the state level in terms of governors of states, maryland, colorado, passing their own pretty stringent gun safety laws. david keene, departing nra president, told, spoke to what the nra's next steps might be. he said as we are likely to win most of the legislative battles in congress, we will have to move to the courts to undo the restrictions placed on gun owners' rights in new york, connecticut, maryland and colorado. that seems to be the next front. >> that's right. i will say biden has said he's going to have this new push, apparently he hasn't told the president yet. at some point -- >> in the way that only joe biden can do that. >> they'll have those conversations. but, no, i think this is great movement at the state level, the nra's
the fiscal cliff. mitch mcconnell deserves a lot of credit. honestly he does. he and joe biden, yes. he and joe biden literally... >> jon: don't you think that has a resounding effect on a caucus when the leader says, hey, man, whatever happens, if you work with this guy, that's a victory for him. you can't do that. think of all the common sense things. infrastructure bank. background checks that have fallen by the wayside because of this. >> well the infrastructure bank i think is very important for our country. private sector investment with public and build bridges and water supplies >> jon: in the senate that you're in there, the saucer of american democracy where bad ideas come to, like brownies on a window sill. how does that idea not get past that body if it doesn't get past them, you know, the house isn't going to do it. it's like animal house in the house. >> well, on that point, it was so much less of a... of an issue in the forefront. i think if we could have gotten that out and if we hadn't had the fiscal cliff and sequestration and the high debt >> jon: that was self-create
morning, john. >> good morning, anthony. >>> to start with the president has put joe biden back on the offensive on the gun control case. how effective is the strategy do you think? >> well the real question on gun control is what's going to happen in the senate and so joe biden in the first round of this and anything he does further to kind of raise kind of aware nltz is owe awareness is fine. the question is what can be done to put together a coalition of votes among the senators? and that looks like the energy there is still with the senator from west virginia joe mansion, and the senators who are working on this more than the vice president. >> and so john this would realistically entail convings a handful of senators who voted one way a couple weeks ago to suddenly change their minds and vote another way. what realistic is that strategy? >> well that's -- you lay it out the right way. that's a tough hill to climb for those senators because then they would look like they don't know their own mind. that would get them not only the penalty of the nra going a
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got over the last one. she is way off. and joe biden gets a big profile in the "washington post" today. this is what bob schrum said about the chances of joe biden. "because she is a democrat i can't say she is the elephant in the room but she is the dominant donkey." that is what he said about hillary. does it mean owe is out? >> it doesn't mean joe is out. hillary clinton has to decide for herself whether she wants to run. whether it's hillary clinton or joe biden, or great governors around the country, we have a climate now where democrats have the advantage and n the presidential race. it's happening -- >> do you think, do you think just between us chickens here. do you actually think that joe biden in any way, shape or form is going to be the nominee of the democratic party? really? you think that is possible? >> it's certainly possible. absolutely. >> laura: if what happens? hillary wants it, is it not hillary's? >> i think it will be tougher for other candidates to get in the field if she decides to run. that doesn't mean it won't or can't happen. a long way away. a lot of thing
for veterans and military spouses. president obama joins the first lady, the vice president joe biden and jill biden @ will reveal plans that will include the training and hiring of bets by the private sector at 11:15 a.m. on cspan 3. behind us, in this curved wall, is the decision point bitter. as a place where class come together and go in and study decisions that george made on the financial crisis, on the surge in iraq, hurricane katrina, afghanistan, and get the information that he was given at the time and then be prodded by the press. not reinforced his decision but it shows people what he is faced with. the information that he had at the time and why he chose what he did that shows people if they would have done that as president. it also gives people an idea of what it is like to be president and to have those sorts of serious decisions. in fact, nearly every big problem comes to the desk of the president of the united states. >> joined former first lady laura bush for a tour of the new george w. bush library/museum at wednesday, 8:00 p.m. on c-span. >> this morning on c-span, "washin
. >> but vice president joe biden debunked the gun registry conspiracy theory in a conversation with senator john mccain last week by explaining exactly how these background checks work. >> you say i want to buy that shotgun. or i want to buy that ar-15 or i want to buy whatever it is. that glock .9. what happens is, the clerk picks up a phone, there is an automatic dial number, gets either the fbi -- and so they say, i've got joe biden here. he lives at such-and-such. gives my address. and says i'm a u.s. citizen. and i assert he's never -- asserts he's not disqualified from owning a gun. it doesn't say what kind of gun i want to buy. it doesn't give the registration number, serial number. it doesn't do anything. and within three minutes, 93% of the time, it comes back and says, accept or reject. it doesn't say don't sell him a gun because he has been adjudicated mentally incompetent. don't sell him a gun because he's a convicted felon. it just says that's it. and that outfit in west virginia has to tear up the request. they can't even keep for 24 hours the fact that somebody called and ask
biden, along with dr. jill biden. that announcement at 11:45 eastern. it may be pushed because of this news conference this morning. but we will have live coverage here on c-span when it gets under way. and an event taking place on c- span2 right now, a daylong event hosted by bloomberg, looking at the global economy and debt. coverage will continue on c- span2 until just after noon when the group will take a lunch break. we'll hear from pennsylvania's governor, and maryland senator ben cardin, and the head of the commodity futures trading commission. after the lunch break, live coverage will be on c-span starting with remarks from alan krueger, the chair of the white house council of economic advisers, set to start at 1:40 eastern on c-span. standing by waiting for remarks from president obama as he told a news conference on this 100th day of his second term. >> hello, everybody. good morning, everybody. i am here to answer questions in upor of ed henry as he wraps his tenure as president of the white house correspondents association. ed, because of that, you get the first que
biden. how come i cannot have dinner with the 36% of the people who like me? the only thing missing is hillarinton sitting on the front row rolling her eyes. there has got to be a friendly face out there somewhere. ,here is justice scalia justice, hey boy. but it feels good to be out from over those robes. toga!toga alex trabec at jeopardy. that guy is smart. maybe i should put him on the supreme court. so good to see some influential guests here tonight, the justice scalia, justi. >> where is the great white hunter? i am sorry dick cheney cannot be here tonight. >> i agree that he was a little late reporting that hunting episode down in texas. i did not know a thing about it until i saw him on america's most wanted. goofball.what a shot the only trial lawyer in the country who is for me. i tell you. your reporters would go nuts if he knew the true story. he was drunk as a skunk. on one beer. light beer. people were ducking and diving for cover. i wish i could have been there. i saw him walking down the hallway. i looked at him and said, "don't shoot." people do not see the fun side
biden speaking out against violence against women. at a fund raiser last night in washington, biden said that women who had been abused are afraid to file a police report. >> why do you think women who get raped, so many don't report it. they don't want to get raped again by the system. they want to be put through what they have to be put through. >> incredibly strong words. biden says women are afraid to leave abusers because they would have to leave behind their children. he's touting the recently re-authorized violence against women act as critical to help women escape violent situations. >> these remarks came at a benefit for the d.c. volunteer lawyers project, an organization for which his daughter-in-law, kathleen biden, wife of hunter biden serves as vice president. >> it's just great that finally something is getting done. >>> gruesome new evidence this morning that the early settlers at jamestown were cannibals. scientists at the smithsonian revealed the discovery of the bones of a 14-year-old girl that show clear signs she was cannibalized. evidence indicates clumsy chops to th
measure of support for joe biden if he runs for president. but he still has a hillary clinton problem. we got this, right? dry cleaning done. gift for your aunt... done. today, we're gonna be talking about your body after baby. yep. we're done. okay. let's get some lunch. yes! [ laughs ] all right! yes, honey. all natural -- everything. done. oh! i forgot the check. [ camera clicks ] done. [ female announcer ] on your phone, online, on the go. wells fargo makes it easy to get banking done. [ female announcer ] on your phone, online, on the go. i'm also a survivor of ovarian a writand uterine cancers. i even wrote a play about that. my symptoms were a pain in my abdomen and periods that were heavier and longer than usual for me. if you have symptoms that last two weeks or longer, be brave, go to the doctor. ovarian and uterine cancers are gynecologic cancers. symptoms are not the same for everyone. i got sick...and then i got better. >>> the big day for the nra. let's talk about the future of the nra and its annual meeting under way in texas. joining us, two cnn analysts, donna brazil and
to the white house 2016 coverage begins tonight. vice president joe biden will be speaking at a fund-raising dinner. we will also have live coverage of the republican party's annual silver elephant fund-raising dinner. the keynote speaker there will be ted cruz from texas. toth carolina is expected hold the first presidential primaries in 2016. coverage gets underway here on c-span at 7:30 p.m. eastern secretary of state john kerry and vice president joe biden delivered remarks at a memorial honoring those who have lost their lives while serving overseas. as vice president biden spoke about the need to station diplomats around the world to mind with our obligation to protect them. here is a look. more places in more places than ever before have an impact on american interests -- from threats, when fragile states go global, and hoping societies build working institutions, fight famine, police their streets. it is essential to american security. this is a war we cannot afford to be absent, where a development expert or diplomatic security officer, whether a civil servant or a veteran a
national cable satellite corp. 2013] c-span's wrote to the white house, 2016, begins tonight. joe biden speaks to the democratic party's annual dinner. when we allow the 7:30 p.m. eastern. at the same time, 10 crews will be the keynote speaker at a republican party tribute to just immense. -- jim demint. >> we believe that opening up the gates of our memories bringing people closer together , to bring people to a realization that what a human being, an individual can do. i think of those who saved lives, all of these christians who saved lives while risking their own. everyone of them is a hero. >> on the 20th anniversary, i ask you to replace the director memories of those who still live with being the memories of this museum so that no one will ever forget the stories and these lessons. about howu to sink the -- to think about all the historic slurry -- storing of the holocaust reflects a story that takes a human form. the idea that our differences are more important than our humanity of a test of our differences -- are not more important than our humanity. the nationalm., rifle assoc
them. when people say why does joe biden, why is he so blunt? i sat next to fritz 430 two years. what do you expect me to be? what do you expect? i learned from the best. no one ever doubted fritz meant what he said. never. you taught me a lot. i make no apologies for trying to be a little bit like you. thank you, buddy. thank you for being here tonight. it is great to be back in south carolina. i mean that seriously. as i have said, i have forged relationships. i was asked if i would do his eulogy. the place of the senate used to be a place where you could actually take a look and try to find the best in other people. i did strom thurmond's eulogy. to can do that, you've got do mine. before i will be gone you fritz. all kidding aside, our member the days we came to work. we worked together. no matter how deep the philosophic differences were, it is good to be back in south carolina knowing you're about to get another democratic rational see in the first district rate audited to do was watch that debate to understand why elizabeth is going to make make such a great congresswoman. they
, vice president joe biden is going to be played by bob barker. representative paul ryan, will be played by mr. beans. secretary of state john kerry, will be played by an easter island head. >> george is back with more "this week" after this. >>> stick around for our take on president obama and conan o'brien. >>> first, we come up with a new way to experience live events on join loop. it's called the social soundtracker. you can vote for your favorite and least favorite moments with just one click. tracy morgan had the best joke. >> but he makes everybody better. without him i never could have played joe biden. literally. i'm joe biden. >> learn more about social soundtracker by going to abcnews.com. and we'll be right back. abcnews.com. and we'll be right back. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ge has wired their medical hardware with innovative software to be in many places at the same time. using data to connect patients to software, to nurses to the right people and machines. ♪ helping hospitals treat people even better, wh
for it than women, actually. joe biden is the only candidate in the world with double digits. he's way behind her. andrew cuomo. o'malley, the governor of maryland. barely get into the money here. how is this for an interesting piece of news? it was just announced this afternoon hillary clinton and new jersey governor chris christie will be featured attractions at an event for the global clinton initiative in chicago next month. the stated focus will, be, quote, speeding up the united states' economic recovery and nation's long-term outlook. the sub text, of course, 2016. steve mcmahon is the democratic strategist, of course, we all love. and jess mcintosh is spokesperson for emily's list, working to get women elected. to get women elected president of the united states. jess, thank you for coming here to "hardball." lay it out. emily's list. wonder what you're thinking about. >> thanks for having me. we launched the madam president campaign today. supports progressive women. 2012 was a mandate for women's leadership. so with our mission, we expanded -- >> i'm sorry. what do you mean by that?
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president joe biden has pointed to the original assault weapons ban in the '90s and said you know, it took us several times to pass that. so gun control advocates are vowing that they are going to continue and the nra is responding in kind. >> one big person that's getting a lot of attention, senator kelly ayotte continues to be this lightning rod in the gun debate because of these town halls that she has held this week. we played that sound where she said the manchin/toomey bill could lead to a gun registry, except we know that inside that bill, it expressly excludes any type of registry. so is kelly ayotte engaging in politics of distortion oir is this a bigger problem, she just doesn't understand the bill she voted? >> it's politics of distortion, the same rhetoric you've always heard. the difference is this time, it's not flying. this time, it's been exposed and everyone who voted against 90% of the american public and the overwhelming will and safety of the american public, they're feeling the heat. that's what's different about this time. you know, the gun lobby is absolutely right i
and military spouses. obama, joined by the first lady, vice president biden and joe biden will outline the plan. you can join us live at 11:15 a.m. eastern on our companion network, c-span3. on the next "washington journal ." co a look at tax credits for people to buy health care included in the affordable care act. -- a lookresident's at the effect of the sequestration budget cut on vehicle safety inspections. " is live onournal c-span every morning at 7 eastern. >> c-span, created by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public service by your television provider. >> up next on c-span, first ladies influence an image features eliza johnson, wife of president andrew johnson. that is followed by former president bill clinton at the 20th anniversary of the holocaust museum. later, president obama speaks about the impornce of investing in science education. >> she was close to being broken by the time she went to the white house. >> this is the earliest existing house. they lived here in the 1830's and 18 40's. >> she was educated and taught school. >> she would work. the north a
contact.com/try. >> a scary moment for vice president joe biden the other day. a trip to the high country for vice president joe biden in air force 2 has run into problems. after landing the plane's engine sucked in debris and had to be grounded. unfortunately because of sequestration cuts, this is how the vice president had to get home. >>steve: hilarious. you could be one of a large number of americans who have no idea who joe biden is. >>alisyn: 41% of americans cannot identify the sitting vice president according to a pew forum poll. that's from 2010. maybe by now they know who joe biden is. >>steve: here's an easy way to remember it's joe biden. who is the guy who is vice president? he's the guy biding his time to one day be president. >>brian: we should not need name tricks in order to name the vice president. >>steve: we told folks a couple of days ago -- what is it? 42% of americans did not know that obamacare was the law of the land. that's sad. >>alisyn: but there's more. 41% from the pew poll couldn't identify the vice president probably from a picture. then there's also -- >>brian: 46% cannot na
be suspended for now. >>> vice president joe biden speaking out again this time about violence against women at a fund-raiser last night in washington. biden said women who have been abused are afraid to go to the police. >> i think women who get raped, so many don't report it. they don't want to get raped again by the system. they don't want to be put through what they've been put through. >> women are afraid to leave abusers because they'd be leaving their children behind, he said. >>> the president immediameets mexico's president and the key element linking the issues are how both sides can work together to beef up border security. >> president obama's predecessor caused quite a stir as his presidential library opened to the public for the first time. george w. bush surprised a bunch of schoolchildren. he got in the picture with them. appropriately there were 43 kids in the group meeting bush 43. what a moment for them. >> one of the kids said it was the best day of his life. >> so cool. >>> coming up, what you didn't know about one of the first american settlements. new evidence of canni
by the senate. vice president biden is newsnight >> so many women don't report rape. they don't want to get raped again by the system. they want to be put through. lou: vice president biden speaking of the lawyers project, an organization. seventeen people arrested of assault good property damage after a may day demonstration turned violent. demonstrators demanding immigration reform and all sorts of interesting work. black flag and markets, hurling rocks and bottles at police. police say that a police officers suffered scrapes and bruises suffered. omaha, nebraska, the annual shareholder meeting for warren buffett. the woodstock of business. just moments ago a record talked recorder talked with warren buffett and he had this economy comment ahead of this weekend's devotees. here he is. >> we got the jobless claims number today. a five-year low, that is the number that you want to see. a lot of things are a whole lot worse that what happened could have happened if things went wrong. lou: you can catch the fox business network special coverage live in omaha with liz claman at the shareholder
of neurology and chief of the di vgs of women's neurology at pennsylvania hospital. >> vice president joe biden speaking out against violence against women. at a fund raiser last night in washington, biden said that women who had been abused are afraid to file a police report. >> women get raped so, many don't report it, they don't want to get raped again by the system. they want to be put through what they have to be put through. >> incredibly strong words. biden says women are afraid to leave abusers because they would have to leave behind their children. >> these remarks came at a benefit for the d.c. volunteer lawyers project, an organization for which his daughter-in-law, kathleen biden, wife of hunter biden serves as vice president. >> gruesome new evidence this morning that the early settlers at jamestown, were cannibals. scientists at the smithsonian revealed the discovery of the bones of a 14 year ole girl that show clear signs she was cannibalized. indicating clumsy chops to the body and head of the girl who appears to have been dead at the time. >> fans of the chicago cubs considerin
up those appearances. first, i want to start with vice president joe biden. your is a bit of his speech. [video clip] >> jim, thank you for the invitation to be here. jim called and asked if i would be willing to do this. i said, jim, i love going to south carolina, but as soon as i show up, there will be washington press saying, ivan is getting ready. that ito make it clear will go anywhere jim asks me to go. >host: that was vice president joe biden speaking with joe jim clyburn out of south carolina. we want your thoughts on the early 2016 field. we do you like and why do you like them? -- who do you like and why do you like them? larry in mississippi, who do you like? caller: i would like to make a statement before. whateverlicans said the president is for, we are against, even if it is our own ideas crude this is why we are having such a bad time. the middle-class is hurting so bad. the voters are too stupid to see what is going on. i believe hillary is going to be the president in 2016, no matter what the republicans are doing. they are already trying to destroy biden i putt
. >>> did we have a 2016 preview in south carolina last night? why was it vice president joe biden versus texas senator ted cruz in the palmetto state? we will take a look. >>> and do democrats have a chance to win a seat in south carolina? district that went to mitt romney by 18 points in 2012. find out, next. we've all had those moments. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. i've always kept my eye on her... but with so much health care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> political headlines on this saturday, the president returned to the white house today from costa rica after wrapping up his latin amer
biden. 22% say they are undecided. let's bringz in analyst gloria. gloria, what do you read into these numbers beyond the obvious that hillary clinton is by far the overwhelming favorite this early in the process among democrats? >> well, it is early, as you point out. she is the presumptive nominee. she has the highest name recognition of course. but as you dig deeper into these numbers, wolf, what jumps out at me is that when you look at her favorability ratings, she n ondemocrats and independents, b if you lk at the same numbers, she has a 57% favorability rating among republicans. now, joe biden on the other hand if you look into his numbers only has a 30% favorability rating among republicans. so i'd have to say that being secretary of state, staying away from the obvious sort of political budget, fiscal crisis is really kind of served her well and she left at a very good time. >> the fact she's obviously undecided, she hasn't made any announcement, not giving any indication, no hints whatsoever if she wants to be the first woman president of the united states if she st
democratic party, thank you both for joining me tonight. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> coming up, joe biden is still bullish on gun safety reform happening. >>> and new details about dna found on the boston bomb fragments, what it means to the investigation. the latest from pete williams and michael isikoff next. ♪ [ harrison ] is there anything you would not do for your family? punch it. ♪ [ male announcer ] back here on earth, your family is your crew. you would do everything in your power to protect them. that's why there's lifelock. and introducing lifelock junior. call 1-800-lifelock or visit lifelock.com/trek today and see star trek: into darkness, in theatres may 17th. rated pg-13. in theatres may 17th. nehey!r! [squeals] ♪ [ewh!] [baby crying] the great thing about a subaru is you don't have to put up with that new car smell for long. introducing the versatile, all-new subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. trust your instincts to make the call. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can res
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